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Scanning the News

5 October, 2003 5:10 PM

What a crazy world we live in. Here's a few of the headlines in the news this week.

Dieting Dollars 'There are no official statistics for spending on diet products, but estimates vary from $40bn to $100bn in the US alone - more than the combined value of the government's budget for health, education and welfare.' Source

M&M; eating with chopsticks world record broken Source

Boob Aerobics London gym offers boob aerobics Source

Man steals back his stolen truck When Joe Francis' truck was stolen, he didn't get mad. He just stole it back. Source

Nigeria and Mexico: Happiest Nations in the World says study "New Zealand ranked 15 for overall satisfaction, the U.S. 16th, Australia 20th and Britain 24th -- though Australia beats the other three for day-to-day happiness. Source

Vegetables for OneOne of Japan's leading supermarkets is to start stocking quarter-size cauliflowers and cabbages as part of a new dwarf vegetable range for single people.Source



I saw that about Nigeria. Now, did their poll include all those who have had the Nigerian scam letters they wrote, deleted or ignored?

Jan » 6 October, 2003 8:46 AM

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